8 edition of The people called Shakers found in the catalog.
by Oxford University Press in New York
Bibliography: p. 293-297.
|LC Classifications||BX9765 .A6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 309 p.|
|Number of Pages||309|
|LC Control Number||53009181|
The first Shaker societies. The first Shaker community was established north of Albany, and was first called "Niskayuna", a rendering of the Indian name for the land. Later the town they were in was officially named part of the town of Watervliet is now in the town of Colonie (since ), and the name Watervliet is now limited to the city of Watervliet (). Unpublished manuscript book, published in Andrews, The People Called Shakers, , pp. ) Note: It is impossible to determine which statutes were included in the original and which might have been added or altered.
Among the many accounts by Shaker seceders and apostates, the most comprehensive and historically oriented is Thomas Brown's An Account of the People Called Shakers: Their Faith, Doctrine, and Practice (Troy, N.Y., ). Meet Mannik & Smith’s Joe Comar "The people of Shaker are the heart of the community and it seems that around every corner there is something new to learn and discover.".
The Shakers derived originally from a small branch of English Quakers founded by Jane and James Wardley in They may have adopted the French Camisards’ ritual practices of shaking, shouting, dancing, whirling, and singing in tongues. The Shaker doctrine, as it came to be known in the United States, was formulated by Ann Lee, a textile worker in Manchester. Amazon Movers & Shakers Our biggest gainers in sales rank over the past 24 hours. Updated hourly. Movers and Shakers in Books #1 ,% Sales rank: (was ,) Thirty-Three Poems: Some of Which Are About Death Ben North. out of 5 stars Paperback. £ #2.
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The first modern history of the Shakers, written by the Yale University professor who “discovered” the Shakers, their furniture, music, art, and industries and spent 35 years reading original Shaker manuscripts and other primary sources, as well as interviewing the then-living Shakers.
Get this from a library. The people called Shakers: a search for the perfect society. [Edward Deming Andrews] -- Studies the history of the Shakers in America and their cultural influence. An Account of the People Called Shakers: Their Faith, Doctrines, and Practice, Exemplified in the Life, Conversations, and Experience of the Author a History of Their Rise and Progress to the [Brown, Thomas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
An Account of the People Called Shakers: Their Faith, Doctrines, and Practice, Exemplified in the Life, ConversationsAuthor: Thomas Brown.
Books shelved as shakers: A Simple Murder by Eleanor Kuhns, The Outsider by Ann H. Gabhart, The Visionist by Rachel Urquhart, Like the Willow Tree: The D. An Account of the People called Shakers; their Faith.
Doctrines, and Practice, exemplified in the Life, Conversations, and Experience of the Author. Appears in 50 books from The Shakers were ordinary people who chose to give up their families, property, and worldly ties in order “to know, by daily experience, the peaceable nature of Christ’s kingdom.”.
"The Word Shaker" is the second of two stories given by Max to Liesel and reproduced in the novel. It is a simple allegory for Nazi Germany and the power of words and compassion. Hitler's rhetorical style is likened to a mother who scolds her son, damaging his feelings, then speaks to softly to him, perking him up.
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See search 5/5(1). Like other Utopian societies founded in the18th and19th centuries, the Shakers believed it was possible to form a more perfect society upon earth. Eventually there were 19 Shaker communities in the Northeast, Ohio, and Kentucky.
They referred to those who lived outside their communities as people from "the World." They allowed contact with. The Shaker village at Sabbathday Lake in New Gloucester, Maine, has been in operation sincewhen it was founded by a group of Shaker missionaries.
The. The Outsider (Shaker, #1), The Believer (Shaker, #2), The Seeker (Shaker, #3), The Blessed (Shaker, #4), The Gifted (Shaker, #5), Christmas at Harmony H. Shakers, popular name for members of the United Society of Believers in Christ's Second Appearing, also called the Millennial Church.
Members of the movement, who received their name from the trembling produced by religious emotion, were also known as Alethians. Page 17 - They remained a while in trances, and, coming out of them with twitchings, uttered all which came in their mouths.
They said they saw the heavens open, the angels, paradise, and hell. Those who were just on the point of receiving the spirit of prophecy, dropped down not only in the assemblies, crying out mercy, but in the fields, and in their own houses.
Get this from a library. People Called Shakers. [Edward D Andrews] -- Definitive study provides detailed coverage of origins, ideology, industry and art, mode of worship, internal organization of communities.
Author's reliance on original manuscript material. The VHS tape disintegrated so I bought a dvd version. I have some Shaker furniture, so now when people ask about the Shakers I "lend", them a copy of this dvd. Trouble is, I never get it back!.
This reviewed copy is not the first or only I have bought. But it is the last I will lend. Read more. 5 people found this s: The following reading list of books and publications includes books that are out of print and only available through public libraries.
Books marked with an asterisk (*) are available for sale at the Hancock Shaker Village Museum Store. Books can be purchased at the store, or ordered via phone at ()ext. High School.
The Shakers and the World's People book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. A comprehensive illustrated anthology of material about /5(4). A Summary View of the Millennial Church or the United Society of Believers Commonly Called Shakers comprising the Rise, Progress and Practical Order of the Society together with the General Principles of Their Faith and Testimony Containing excerpts from the 2nd Edition, of almost pages as printed by the Shakers; — the book contained particular information concerning the .An account of the people called Shakers: their faith, doctrines, and practice, exemplified in the life, conversations, and experience of the author during the time he belonged to the society.
To which is affixed a history of their rise and progress to the present day by Brown, Thomas, b. The Shakers is a documentary film directed by Tom Davenport and produced by Davenport and Frank DeCola.
It studies the last dozen remaining Shakers in their communities, focusing on their daily lives, music, and spirituality, as well as containing Shaker history and interviews with Shakers. It received positive reviews from critics, and won a Blue Ribbon at the American Film Festival.